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Don’t expect a non-Facebook-users version of Facebook’s standalone Camera app because Messenger is entirely private and doesn’t rely on any other Facebook products like news feed.
At first glance this might seem to signal the end of Facebook’s high-growth startup phase.
Once they’ve seen the value in Messenger, people might be willing to take the plunge and get an account.
By getting non-users on Messenger, existing users won’t have to pay to SMS them or send them photos.
When non-Facebook users sign up, the app will suck in their contacts.
Then they can be selected by name to start a message or group message thread.
Now instead of having to fill out an entire profile, manage friend requests, and deal with Facebook’s privacy controls, someone could just use Messenger.
That’s an easy sell to skeptics and cynics because it can help them avoid SMS charges.